Life Outside The Palace

Biden’s press secretary Jen Psaki laughingly mocked those concerned over ‘soft-on-crime consequences,’ as living in an ‘alternate universe.’ ‘What does that even mean?’

Biden’s and Psaki’s Universe

“She may feel safe in the White House, one of the most protected buildings in the United States, but not everyone feels safe in their workplace. The world we find ourselves in is dangerous and is becoming increasingly more so. Tens of thousands of people have been the victims of crime this month alone and some of them never made it back home.” President of the Fraternal Order of Police Patrick Yoes

Fraternal Order of Police accuses White House press secretary Psaki of laughing off rising crime…

Biden White House: “Soft-on-crime” Psaki laughs: “What does that even mean?”

The ‘Alternate Universe’

Philadelphia sets all-time murder record — RT World News

More killings in 2021 than any other time in city’s recorded history. The city of Philadelphia has set a record in 2021 with 559 murders committed, the most in its history since records began.

Philly’s surge in carjackings continues into 2022 – WHYY

Shocking footage from Philadelphia’s ‘ZOMBIE Skid Row’ shows groups of opioid-addicted homeless men struggling to STAND amid needle-littered streets of filth and trash can fires

  • Video taken from Kensington Avenue section of Philadelphia shows rampant drug use and homelessness 
  • Addicts can be seen brandishing needles out in the open along drag known for being ‘open-air drug market’ 
  • Kensington Avenue is known as ‘ground zero’ of the city’s opioid epidemic, according to the latest data 
  • Situation has deteriorated to the point where train station was forced to shut down after it was overrun 
  • Feces and litter were seen in elevator leading to train platform and transit workers said they were threatened 

By Ariel Zilber For

Published: 10:52 EST, 13 April 2021 | Updated: 13:10 EST, 13 April 2021

The Kensington section of Philadelphia was once a blue-collar factory neighborhood that was devastated by the deindustrialization of the 1950s and the subsequent ‘white flight’ to the suburbs.

Kensington Avenue At Night

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